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The Collaborative Competition

The Collaborative Competition

| June 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Stephanie Goldberg Architectural competitions are usually launched to generate new building solutions; rarely are they created to start a conversation. A refreshing change is Boston’s Living with Water Competition. Facing a rising sea, increasingly extreme temperatures, and more frequent storms, the city of Boston, along with the Boston Harbor Association, the Boston Redevelopment Authority, […]

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US Lab Design Leads the World

US Lab Design Leads the World

| January 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Mark Reed I have been traveling to Europe for consulting work over the past two years and have been struck by the difference between laboratory architecture there and here. Flexibility, the hallmark of design for science in the United States, is less common in Europe. In comparing the two design approaches, I have come […]

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CEO in a Cube

CEO in a Cube

| October 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Mark S. Reed Like other industries, many life sciences companies are shifting away from traditional office structures and implementing open office designs. Having worked with three companies recently that have taken this approach leads us to ask, “What does it mean to have your CEO sitting in a workstation just like everyone else, and […]

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Bluebird Bio Finds a New Nest

Bluebird Bio Finds a New Nest

| January 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Mark Reed Bluebird Bio, a Cambridge-based biotech company devoted to “transforming the lives of patients with severe genetic and orphan diseases”, recently celebrated the grand opening of its new 41,000sf R&D headquarters at 150 Second Street in Cambridge. The new labs and offices are designed to support the mission of “developing next generation products based on the transformative […]

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What Is A Lab Building? by Mark Reed

What Is A Lab Building? by Mark Reed

| October 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

In preparation for a panel discussion, I was recently asked, “What are the key features that distinguishes a laboratory building from an office building?”  It is a good question because more often than not the buildings we work in have many, but not all, of the key attributes of a good lab building.  The following […]

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